Corridor is an independent New York-based brand that manages to capture the essence of its home city through vibrant collections replete with versatile, playful men's staples. Its latest collection, however, takes us away from the city and 'Into the Forest', with pieces inspired by changes in nature. As Corridor founder and designer Dan Snyder explains: "The colours, derived from deep forest colours of the late fall - russet, coffee, crimson and thrush, evoke a natural setting just before the branches go bare. The textiles and knits are blended to camouflage into the natural setting rather than to stand out - settling in for comfort and ease." Discover five key styles from the Corridor AW21 collection...
Every winter wardrobe needs a solid rotation of cosy beanies. This one from Corridor gets our vote thanks to its responsible construction: it's crafted from 100% mercerised pima cotton in a second generation family-run workshop in Lima that specialises in locally-sourced pima cottons, alpacas and wools.
If you can't make it to New York, you can at least indulge your sense of wanderlust with this statement T-shirt inspired by Corridor's New York City origins. Team it with vintage jeans and Converse for a subtle touch of retro style.
This beautifully crafted cable knit cardigan vest is a '70s-inspired staple that you'll reach for time and again. With a slouchy, comfortable fit, it boasts a horizontal cable knit and irregular Peruvian horn buttons.
Corridor has engineered the perfect pair of rinsed denim jeans using 14oz selvedge denim with just a hint of stretch because "you live in 2021 and you're not a masochist". Wear them as part of your casual everyday uniform or dress them up with a button-down shirt and loafers.
Versatile and durable with a rich, touchable texture, corduroy is the ultimate fabric for autumn and winter. Get your corduroy fix with this velvety navy corduroy overshirt. Team it with matching trousers for a head-to-toe look or balance the corduroy with denim jeans for a more subtle approach.
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